We are deeply involved in producing and developing hardware for research and development projects for students, faculty and staff. Although we may be called upon to build a shelf, a shipping crate or a display, the bulk of our output is that of machining, assembling and modifying specialized scientific equipment.
We strive to produce quality precision components. The quality of our work and the innovative approach we take to problem-solving has been recognized campus-wide. Often our customers enter our workspace with just an idea. We are able to advise in areas of problem solving, machining practicality, choices and properties of materials, and with what commercially-available components or accessories may be available to accomplish the required purpose. We have made parts that have been launched into space, and built systems or components for seabed, land-based, geological, seismological and atmospheric testing that are in use in many locations around the world.